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Set in 1960s Sydney, this is the story of an Australian gangster whose booming business, buoyed by the influx of U.S. soldiers in town for R&R during their tours in Vietnam, attracts the attention of first the Chicago mafia, and then their East Coast competitors. Written by
Greg Dean Schmitz
The aircraft that they fly to the outback in is a Piper Chieftain, and actually manufactured and bought into service after the movie was set. That same aircraft is now used within an air ambulance service for flying patients between hospitals within Australia. See more »
When Ray tells Darcy to, "Put it away, son", Darcy is leaning against a car. In the next shot, made out to be in real time, Darcy is standing away from that same car. See more »
[after noticing Sal falling for a transvestite]
He'll find out when he gets a handful o' nuts.
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After the main cast credits scroll up the screen, there is an additional scene that reveals some more of the plot. See more »
Composed by M. Schneider / R. Schneider
Published by Origin Music / Festival Music Publishing
Performed by Lisa Miller, Jody Bell and Tim Rogers
2002 BMG Australia Limited See more »
I seem to be among the majority of reviewers, who didn't find anything
terribly objectionable about Dirty Deeds, but nothing particularly
praiseworthy either. Great cast of actors, somewhat wasted on an ordinary
and very predictable script. Lovely outfits and wallpaper, but none of the
characters had enough depth to make me see them more than the actors who
were playing them.
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